Well-known company bringing over 200 new jobs to Mississauga very soon
If you're looking for a new job, you might be happy to hear that a company is bringing over 200 new positions to Mississauga—and just in time for the holidays.
Radial, a bpost group company that specializes in omnichannel commerce technology and operations, recently announced its plan to hire an additional 219 workers in the city to support increased demand during the upcoming holiday season.
Radial says that its seasonal workers enjoy competitive hourly wages, opportunities for overtime, and on-the-job training in a clean and safe work environment.
The company also says the fulfillment centre in Mississauga provides regular giveaways, awards and recognitions, and fun events like basketball tournaments.
"Our team of fulfillment associates work behind the scenes to ensure every order runs seamlessly, even during the busy holiday season," said Andrea Crawford, senior manager, Contingent Labor Program at Radial. "We're thrilled to be creating so many additional jobs in Mississauga and are excited to welcome back the seasonal workers who return each year."
Seasonal workers will join the more than 2,950 regular, full-time employees at Radial's more than 20 fulfillment centers across North America to help pack and ship customers' holiday orders.
Those who are interested in season work should note that Radial is accepting applications for entry-level warehouse positions, including fulfillment associates and pickers and packers. Workers will be responsible for processing online orders, including picking, sorting, packing, and shipping both single and multi-unit orders.
Seasonal workers seeking full-time employment will be able to speak with their direct supervisor for details on how to become a full-time Radial employee.
To apply for a position, click here.
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